Migration and V4: challenges and opportunities

Supported by: Heinrich Böll Stiftung. 

Project span: July – December  2018. 

Project team: Grigorij Mesežnikov (project leader, co-author), Zora Bútorová and Martina Sekulová (co-authors), Ján Bartoš (technical support, graphic design, lay out of publication), external co-authors from Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary. 

Co-operating organizations: Institute of Public Affairs (ISP|, Warsaw; Association for International Affairs (AMO), Prague. 

Objective: The aim of the project is to prepare and publish the book about the issue of migration and refugees in the V4 countries. Analysis is carried out in three dimensions:


- socio-economic aspect of migration,

-  aspect of  integration of migrants and refugees,

-  domestic political aspect of migration and refugee issue.

The planned activities and outputs: 

Book publication 

Public presentation of the publication

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